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Travel Blogs from Marsa Alam
... women filing out.lol. We were all tired and relieved to reach the dive boat. It isa beautiful boat with a number of lounging areas and sun decks. Rooms are quite functional and all in all it is a pretty great place to spend a week. The Egyptian wines included with dinner is not too bad at all.
I managed to load just a few pics so you can check them out using the same link as before. The boat has been pretty ...
... so lets hope we arrive on time so we can tour.
There have been lots of changes so who knows what can happen.
We are arriving late tomorrow at Aqaba so some unhppy people.
We didn't book so will do our own thing.
We went to High Tea this afternoon in the dining room.
Janelle you should come and make some scones for them.
You know what mine are like and I was told ...
... and exploring, we emerged and headed back to the beach - but as we were about to come up in about 1m of water, Ruben found a pair of ghost pipefish that looked exactly like pieces of weed floating in the water - awesome.
We had an amazing week of diving, met some fantastic people who work at Diving.de's centres in El Quseir and generally enjoyed getting away for a bit and going somewhere new.
But it was nice to get back to Dahab, see the dogs and sleep after our week away!
I was in Hurghada for so long that it was almost New Year's and I hadn't made any other plans so I decided to spend it with the boys. They've created the website for a large hotel so we were able to get a discount at a sister hotel that happened to be an Eco-resort. I was excited to stay somewhere that was environmentally sustainable, even though it was still a bit expensive with the discount. So we stayed the night and since it was so quiet we decided to go to the bigger ...
After a day on the road we arrived at St Pauls monestary. We were lucky that the monestary was still open and the lovely monks showed us around after giving us hibuscus tea. The monestary dates to the fifth century and was founded in memory of one of Egypt's greatest saints and anchorites, who is said to have lived in a cave over which it was built for a period of some eighty years. ...